AISS, a registered not-for-profit organization operating under Section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 with headquarters in Gurugram, India. Constituted in 2013, dedicated to addressing the unmet healthcare needs of underprivileged communities.
AISS is involved in various interventions, such as empowering underprivileged youth with job opportunities, upskilling of healthcare workers, and strengthening capacities of students/youngsters on dealing with Healthcare Emergencies - Beyond First AID. Additionally, we focus on increasing awareness about mental health issues among students of primary & secondary schools.
We extend our reach to rural India through upgrading existing healthcare facilities, capacity building of frontline workers, and technology integration initiatives. Through our series of health camps, we strive to foster care and well-being in marginalized communities and ensure they have equitable access to high-quality healthcare services.
Vocational, Skill Building training on Healthcare including Healthcare Emergencies.... Beyond FIRST AID.
At Astron, we catalyze transformative change by aligning with SDGs 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, and 17. Together, we build self-sustainable individuals and resilient communities.
GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
clean water and sanitation
affordable and clean energy
DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
industry, innovation and infrastructure
sustainable cities and communities
responsible consumption and production
LIFE BELOW WATER
life on land
peace, justice and strong institution
partnerships for the goals
Our Actionable Initiatives
Socio-economic empowerment of underprivileged youth & women through health-based vocational skill development programs
Upskilling of existing Healthcare Workforce
Life skill framework on "Healthcare Emergencies- Beyond First Aid for Students/Youngsters
Upgrading existing healthcare facilities in rural areas.
Health camps - Nurturing wellness in Community at large with Special focus on vulnerable population.
Mental Health Awareness Program for School Students.
“The demand of healthcare workforce in India is currently on the rise due to multiple factors such as population growth, ageing, changing epidemiology and rising prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). With this increasing demand, the existing gap between the required and available healthcare workforce will inevitably widen. Acknowledging this challenge, AISS has undertaken initiatives by implementing a thorough advanced learning pedagogy for upscaling skills thereby reducing unemployment and improving living standards.
Our Training Partners